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“Ass building” as I love to call it, is also known as “Bum enlargement”. It is what is currently trending in the entertainment industry all over the world. Infact, attention has shifted away from the breast to the buttocks. In the early 90’s people wanted big boobs and did more of breast enlargement while people with big buttocks were always ashamed. But that is no longer the case; ladies are now all about enlarging their behinds at all cost.

Some of the celebrities that have enlarged either their bum, breast or some other parts of their body are Kim Kardarshian; infact all the Kardashians, Nicki Minaj, Cossy Ojiakor, Toyin Abraham, Ini Edo, Toke Makinwa, Iggy Azalea, Princess Shyngle, Black Chyna, Amber Rose, Jenna Jameson, Mercy Aigbe; the list is endless.

If I missed out a name, kindly share with other readers in the comment box (For both males and females)

American celebrities with various enhancements

Recently, I stumbled on this Daniel Okeke’s picture and I was like “Whaaaaat!” Not quite long I watched her movie titled “Lost pride” where her ass was small like mine only to stumble on an extremely big ass on her birthday. The reason the actress did this is basically to get more attention and nothing else. Imagine, she chose to build her ass rather than asset; omashe!


There is this story of a 2013 Nigerian ex-beauty queen- Nneka Onwuzuligbo who died after a buttock enlargement surgery that went awry. Reacting to her death Femi Fani Kayode, a well known Nigerian politician said ‘Vanity upon vanity”

Nigerian celebrities

It is amazing why people would spend their few thousands or plenty thousands to build an ass or enlarge their bum when dem no get kobo asset; smh

So why do these celebrities do these enhancements; for guys or non-guys?

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